Daniel Defense DDM4v11

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posted on January 20, 2015
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Accompanying the release of the DDM4v11 Pro Series Rifle, Daniel Defense has released accessories to fit the SLiM Rail, the company's first railed forendwith the KeyMod system."We modified a few of our existing tried-and-true accessories, like the Flashlight Mount and 1 O'clock Offset Mount, to incorporate the KeyMod attachment," said Jordan Hunter, Director of Marketing for Daniel Defense.  Other accessories include a QD Swivel Attachment and Bi-pod Mount, which is also available in a Rock & Lock version.

Many of the new products developed in 2014 are now visible on the 2015 models, including Daniel Defense Rail Panels and a newly designed Rear Receiver QD Swivel Attachment Point.  "What might seem like small enhancements are actually projects that have been ongoing since this same time last year," Hunter exclaimed.  "We've been busy developing new products like our AR Pistols and MK12 finished in our Tornado gray."

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